A sump pump is installed in a pit in the floor of your basement or crawlspace. The pit fills with water from foundation drains, ground water after a rain, utility sink, etc. The pump is designed to start automatically and remove your collected water. Your sump pump should be replaced every 5-7 years. If the […]
Dry skin, nose and throat? Furniture and cabinet damage? Excessive dust? Doesn’t all this sound fun? This is what many will suffer with this winter. All of these symptoms can be a result of low humidity levels in our homes. During the winter, the air in the average Indiana home will drop below desert levels […]
Ephesians 5:20 “Giving thanks always for all things unto God…” This time of year the “attitude of gratitude” is on most people’s mind!
Can I put anything down the garbage disposal? Is it okay to leave a leaky faucet alone? Debunking 3 common plumbing myths 1. Lemons help freshen and clean your garbage disposal. FALSE! Fruit might smell nice, but citric acid can also corrode the metal surfaces of your sink and drain. Instead, make sure your garbage […]
Did you know that the lack of many illnesses in the United States is credited to modern plumbing?
Why are some blessed with good health while others have frailties? Why do some have gifts or talents while some seem to be lacking?